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bring to the job and in what direction should he take the network? joining us now here in washington is critic for the baltimore sun. frank says no. fred francis former nbc correspondent and founder of 15 seconds.com. fred, you spent years at nbc. what was jeff zucker life as a leader of the truth? >> very personalable. not uncommon for jeff to leave his office for 30, 40 minutes each day. sometimes morning and afternoon and just walk around and chat with people and not just the stars at the to the shtoday sho or magazine show and no what stories they were working on. that was his detail. knowing his people and that's where people became so loyal to him. >> he became producer of the today show at 26 and launched that morning show for a 16-year run. how would you describe his track record has a news man? >> it's terrific. the today show led the way. what he demonstrated there and has demonstrated since is an imagination to know that cnn needs to know its news can be more than politics and war. news goes across the board and touches people in a thousand ways. you got to do the great st
'm confusing that with rupert. >> was he meddling in politics? joining us -- here in washington eric well pl who blogs about the media at "the washington post." does he strie to orchestrate politics in a way that is unacceptable. >> i think it shows robert ales can't keep himself out of politics. who can blame him. you know, it's hard, you know, to blame him. the problem is what it does for his news network which is it makes it at least appear, i think, in fact, more than just appearance. in this karks you know, a sheen of reality that he's out there trying to get a better republican feield in the primaries. kt mcfarland said it was a joke, i don't believe it. >> he kind of undermined his own contributor, kt mcfarland saying she was way out of line there's somebody's fantasy to make me a king maker. what's your take on hour serious this was? i think i agree with aerk that it didn't seem like a joke at the time. now, maybe they'd like for it to be thought of as a joke now. i think it's not a surprise to anybody and roger's interest in this area is not a surprise either. i take your point abou
assault. and eric who blogs about the media for "washington post." simple question, eric, should david gregory be prosecuted? >> well, i think he should be investigated. i'll leave that up to the prosecutors. but i definitely do believe unlike greta van susstrn and unlike you. >> and the "wall street journal" page. >> it turns out the district of columbia and lawmakers decided that any magazine in excess of ten rounds is a danger to the p public. >> you don't see this as a waste of time on the police's part. a lot of people with magazines with no bullets in them going to jail over this. >> this is the law and the police should look into it. where did he get it? where is it now? if the people and the lawmakers decided this could be a threat to society, then david gregory is just as suitable a target of investigation. >> seems to me this is more about public relations than threat to society. talking at all about by refraining from commenting on, did it ask for permission and so forth. i have gotten messages of people saying, as eric says, journalists aren't above the law. what is your ta
, is there any validity to these bombastic charges against the press. joining us now here in washington, terence smith, former correspondent for pbs news hour and cbs news and "new york times." and tom foreman who attended friday's nra event. tom, what was it like being at this nra event? i won't call it a press conference. are you surprised that not a single journalist got to ask a question? >> it was not a press conference. all of us expected to exchange questions and answers with wayne lapierre and the president of nra who was there. it didn't happen at all. it did not happen but adamantly did not happen. several of us tried to call out questions to the participants and even at one point i said to them, would you answer even one question? are you willing to talk to the white house about any of this, even to that, they just kept walking. that was a big disappointment and sort of set the tone for the room. >> when wayne lapierre said falsehoods about semiautomatic weapons and the media are demonizing gun owners, is he right? >> no. but even before that what he got was a priceless gift of 25 min
" in washington, d.c. howie, a tremendous, enormous amount of media presence here in newtown. what is your impression of how this story unfolded in the news so far? >> wolf, unlike any tragedy that we have collectively lived through, this one has sear under to america's soul. everyone is talking about, everyone is consumed about it and every online conversation on social media sites is about what happened in newtown. i have to tell you for all of the coverage there for you and others, there are times when i have to turn off the tv and other journalists told me this before. the feelings are so raw it is hard to watch. journalists are trained to be objective, but how can any human being be dispassionate about what happened there. >> howie, i'll answer that for you, if i can. >> go ahead, soledad. >> i was going to say the same thing that wolf was going to say. i don't know if you can have no compassion or being passionate about it. sort of focusing on doing a job. i look at all the law enforcement officials here. i can't even imagine what they've been through. many talking about carrying chi
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